Teaching, Research, and Practice Fellows Announced

The Office of the Provost has appointed Seema Dahlheimer, Senior Lecturer in McKelvey School of Engineering, and Heather Rice, Teaching Professor in the School of Arts & Sciences as the inaugural TRaP (Teaching, Research, and Practice) Fellows who will work on policies and programming to support TRaP faculty during Spring 2022.

Distinguished Visiting Scholar Rhoda Reddock

Rhoda Reddock, Emerita Professor, Institute for Gender and Development Studies, The University of West Indies, will be visiting Washington University from April 9-17, 2022 under the Distinguished Visiting Scholar initiative. You can learn more about Professor Roddock’s visit here.

Gender Equity Month

The Office of the Provost encourages all faculty to attend one the events to take place during March 2022. The Gender Equity Month will kick off on March 2 with the Keynote presentation “Creating Equitable Universities: Recognizing Faculty Workload” by Joya Misra.

Open position for a Fellow in the Office of the Provost’s Faculty Affairs and Diversity area to work on projects designed to support non-tenure track teaching, research, and practice faculty.

Applicants should have a background designing and implementing programs in areas such as professional/faculty development and mentoring. This assignment is open to full-time, non-tenure track faculty at Washington University. Application details and more information about this position can be found here:   http://apply.interfolio.com/96700

Caldwell named vice provost for faculty affairs and diversity

Kia Lilly Caldwell, professor of African, African American and diaspora studies at the University of North Carolina (UNC) at Chapel Hill, has been named vice provost for faculty affairs and diversity at Washington University in St. Louis, effective July 1, 2021.

Return & Reset

The Office of the Provost’s Faculty Affairs and Diversity Team has planned programming and compiled resources to help WashU faculty Return and Reset as we find and develop our new normal.

Distinguished Visiting Scholar: Vanessa German

Vanessa German is a visual and performance artist based in the Pittsburgh neighborhood of Homewood—the community that is the driving force behind her powerful performance work, and whose cast-off relics form the language of her copiously embellished sculptures. German’s online lecture is supported in part through funding from the Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty […]